Time is relative in Chen Yu-hsun’s quirky romantic comedy.
Double crosses, hidden motives and maybe even a sword are all unearthed in Park Jung-bae’s crime caper
A travelling bard sings his way to justice in Cho Jung-rae’s musical drama.
A man struggles against an unforgiving system and closed-minded family in Cheng Yu-chieh’s drama.
A sudden pregnancy divides and unites two best friends in Hajime Tsuda’s quiet comedy-drama.
Two men learn to never do favours for your boss in Hong Eui-jeong’s drama.
A hitman is thrown into a chaotic cat-and-mouse game, just minutes away from retirement in Hong Won-chan’s action thriller. “You promised to take one last job.” These famous last words are directed at In-nam (Hwang Jung-min), a hitman who’s about ready to throw the towel in and retire to Panama, where people apparently go to … Continue reading Deliver us from Evil
It’s an eye for an eye, for another eye in Park Hoon-jung’s gangster drama.
Crime really doesn’t pay in Kim Yong-hoon’s directorial debut.
Two enforcers get more than they bargained for when they take a child as collateral in Kang Dae-gyu’s comedy-drama.
Nothing really gels together in Kevin Ko and Peter Tsi’s massively overstuffed genre clusterfuck.
In an act of mercy, the LKFF returns for a 15th year and is bringing all its friends and family with it.